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Today’s national news in a nutshell


17 June 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Khabarhub brings you a glimpse of major developments of the day in Nepal, including politics, business/economy, sports, entertainment, and more.

Govt committed to resolving Melamchi project-related problems: PM Dahal

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has expressed commitment to take initiatives to resolve problems related to Melamchi Drinking Water Project.

Prime Minister Dahal, who arrived at the intake area located at Ambathan of Helambu rural municipality-1 in Sindhupalchowk today for an onsite visit to the Melamchi Drinking Water Project, mentioned that he would carry out homework to bring additional water from Yangri and Larke rivulets.

We have export potentials worth Rs 1 trillion, but failed to export due to lack of branding: NCC Chair Malla

Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) Chairman Rajendra Malla remarked that despite having the potential to export worth Rs 1 trillion, the country has not been able to export them due to a lack of branding.

Addressing the general convention of the Nawalparasi Chapter of the Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, the NCC chairman reiterated branding the local products and exploring ways for promotion and export.

Economy continued to decline after ousting UML govt: KP Oli

CPN-UML Chairman KP Oli has blamed the ruling coalition for the poor condition of the national economy and said that the country’s economy is declining due to them (the ruling coalition).

Addressing the party entry program held at the UML’s central office on Saturday, Chairman Oli complained that the ruling coalition was there only for politics and they (the coalition) have no plans to boost the economy.

JSP holding its Central Committee meeting on June 24

The Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) has called its central committee meeting on June 24.

Purna Basnet, Head of the Central Publicity Department, said that the meeting has been called to discuss the suggestions sent by the party’s various committees and organizations and incorporate them into the party’s statute.

As many as 7,636 Nepali Army personnel stands prepared for disaster management

A total of 7,636 Nepali Army personnel have been kept in a ready position for disaster management.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA) said a total of 2,125 Nepal Police personnel and 1,903 Armed Police Force personnel would be deployed for disaster risk management.

Another 74 rescue divers of the APF, Nepal are also kept in the ready position, it said.

School is a peace zone, violators will be prosecuted: Mayor Balen Shah

Kathmandu Metropolitan City Mayor Balen Shah has warned that action will be taken against the people who induce the closure of the schools as a school is a peace zone.

Responding to the public school staff council’s appeal for the indefinite school closure from Sunday, Mayor Shah reminded them that the prevalent laws and by-laws do not allow the closure of the school.

Publish Date : 17 June 2023 22:23 PM

Over 20 million for compensation to wildlife victims in Chitwan

CHITWAN: The Chitwan National Park (CNP) has distributed over Rs

Bagmati govt: Province Chief calls for claim to Chief Minister

KATHMANDU: A call has been made for the formation of

President offered with ‘Mahaprasad’ of Dolakha Bhimeshwar deity

KATHMANDU: President Ramchandra Paudel has been presented with the mahaprasad

Three Madhes-based parties back Oli-led government

KATHMANDU: The Janamat Party, Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) Nepal and

APF rescues 25 stranded in Mohana River flood

KAILALI: The Armed Police Force (APF) successfully rescued 25 people